So we got the Pappardelle alla boscaiola ($25) and Spaghetti e polpa Di granchio ($28).

The Pappardelle was really good. Pasta was a little softer than Al dente, the way I like it. And it was flavourful with a good amount of mushroom. However I felt like I couldn't taste the beef so I'm not sure if they minced it such that I couldn't really get the meat texture.

The spaghetti had a good kick to it from the chilli crab. It was also creamy yet not too overwhelmingly so. It was my favourite dish from here.

Overall I think the pastas are better than the pizzas here.

Ambience was nice and quiet on weekday night.